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Academic Calendar

 

MOROCCO: Regional Studies in French, Fall 2014

Friday, August 22

Students Depart US

Saturday, August 23

Students Arrive

Sunday, August 24

Orientation Begins

Wednesday, August 27

Move in with Host Families or to Student Residence Hall

Monday, September 1

Classes Begin

Friday, September 5

Last Day to Add/Drop a Course

Thursday – Monday, September 18-22

Zawyat Ahansal Excursion

Monday, September 29

Last day to drop a course with ‘W’ on Transcript1

Saturday-Sunday, October 4-12

Eid Al-Adha*: Fall Break (No classes)

Saturday, October 25

Islamic New Year*

Friday – Sunday, October 31 – November 2

Fez Excursion
Thursday, November 6 Green March Day (No classes)

Friday-Sunday, November 21-23

Tangier-Chefchaoun Excursion

Monday-Friday, December 8-12

Final Exams

Monday-Friday, December 15-19

Reflection Week

Friday, December 19

FInal Day of Program

Saturday, December 20

Students Depart Morocco3

 

MOROCCO: Regional Studies in French, Spring 2015

Friday, January 16

Students Depart US

Saturday, January 17

Students Arrive in Morocco

Sunday, January 18

Orientation Begins

Wednesday, January 21

Move in with Host Families or to Student Residence Hall
Monday, January 26

Classes Begin

Monday, February 2

Last Day to Add/Drop a Course

Saturday-Monday, February 14-16

Fez Excursion

Monday, February 23

Last Day to Drop a Course Without Getting a 'W' on Transcript1

Saturday-Sunday, March 14-22

Spring Break  (No classes)
Friday, March 27 Last Day to Drop a Course to Receive a “W” Grade2

Thursday-Monday, April 2-6

Zawayat Ahnsal Excursion (High Atlas Mountains)
Saturday-Monday, April 25-27 Chefchaoun & Oued Laou Excursion (Rif Mountains)
Friday, May 1 Moroccan Labor Day (No classes)

Monday-Friday, May 4-8

Final Exams

Monday-Friday, May 11-15

Reflection Week (classes meet)

Friday, May 15

Final Day of Program

Saturday, May 16

Students Depart Morocco3

1 Students can withdraw from courses on or before this date without receiving a “W” (for withdrawal) grade on his/her transcript, provided he/she is still enrolled for the minimum number of credits required for the AMIDEAST program. Should a student choose to withdraw from a course on or before this date, the course will not appear on the student’s transcript. After this date, no course may be deleted from the student’s permanent AMIDEAST academic record. Courses dropped after this date will appear with the grade of “W” on the transcript.


2 This is the withdrawal deadline. Once the withdrawal deadline has passed, the student may not drop a course to receive a “W” on his/her transcript. After this date, a letter grade will be assigned based on the student’s performance in the course. A student will receive a failing grade (F) if he/she stops attending a course, fails to take a final examination, and/or fails to turn in required work.


3 At the end of the AMIDEAST Education Abroad program students are free to travel either back to their home country or to other locations. After the day indicated as the day students depart (typically following the final day of the program), students are responsible for all of their own transportation, housing, insurance, and other logistical arrangements. Students should note that after the departure day noted on the academic calendar, their program-provided insurance coverage will end and they must arrange for accommodations outside of AMIDEAST shared apartments or with AMIDEAST host families.


*Note: Muslim holidays are approximate; precise dates depend on the sighting of the new moon.
 

 

The Fall 2015 calendar will be available in early winter 2015.